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E-Filing is coming to 56B District Court

The 56B District Court is in the final stages of implementing MiFILE, an e-filing initiative sponsored by the Michigan Supreme Court and the State Court Administrative Office. 

 

MiFILE is a statewide e-filing system that provides the ability to electronically file documents in any Michigan court, 24 hours a day, without traveling to a courthouse and waiting in line. It also allows parties to electronically serve one another with documents, and to receive documents and notifications electronically from the courts.

 

Rules have been changed to support the switchover from paper forms to electronic documents.

 

MiFILE is intended to increase access to justice, allow flexibility to litigants, and enable courts to be come more efficient by reducing the need to receive, process, store, and retrieve paper files.

 

Chief Judge William Doherty said, “The Barry County Trial Court is proud to serve our Community and offer this new way of filing Court documents. While there is always some difficulty adapting to chane, MiFILE has proven to be a great way to save time and taxpayer dollars.”

 

56B District Court will officially accept e-filings beginning July 13th.  Attorneys will be mandated to e-file,  while self-represented parties may participate in the program, but will not be required to do so.

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